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- From: Shashi Bhakta <Sbhakta(--nospam--at)ENG.CI.LA.CA.US>
- Date: Wed, 06 Jan 1999 08:37:30 -0800
Roy, You might want to check up Modern Steel Construction, February 1995. This one has tons of information on heat straightening. I hope it helps you. Shashi Bhakta >>> <RoyLevy(--nospam--at)aol.com> 01/05/99 04:36PM >>> Many years ago I heard of a team of technicians who had developed a technique to straighten deformed steel bridge structures in place by flame- straightening. To help me understand the principles, this is my question: Assume a steel plate say 3/8" thick by 4" wide and 3 ft long, simply supported at the ends, say resting on a pair of saw horses. Heat is applied across the top at the center, for example by welding a 1/4 x 4 " wide gusset plate at the center, across and perpendicular to the plate ( 2 3/16" f illet welds, 4 '' long , for example) . Will the center of the plate rise or will it sag ? In another form, the question is which will prevail - The loss of rigidity while the top is molten or the contraction effect upon cooling?
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